Floods hit parts of Metro Manila

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11:30 PM September 17th, 2012

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MANILA, Philippines—Parts of Metro Manila experienced flooding following a thunderstorm Monday night, the Metro Manila Development Authority said.

España Antipolo; 6 inches as of 9:40 PM, Bonifacio Monument Circle (BMC); gutter deep, as of 9:35 PM.

Quezon Ave Lung Center; 8 inches, Burgos Lopez; 8 inches, EDSA cor North Ave; 1 lane passable as pf 9:40 PM.

EDSA Quezon Ave service road, both direction; not passable to light vehicles as of 9:40 PM.

Quezon Ave Biak Na Bato; not passable to light vehicles as of 9:35 PM.

D. Tuazon Quezon Ave; 20 inches as of 9:30 PM.

As of 9:30 PM, Talayan Creek/ Maria Clara Araneta; near spilling level.

Retiro-Banawe & Quezon Ave-Banawe. Not passable to all types of vehicles as of 9:20 PM.

EDSA P.Tuazon tunnel NB & SB; gutter deep, EDSA New York SB; gutter deep, ERB; gutter deep, as of 9:20 PM.

East Ave/ V.Luna; gutter deep, Quezon Ave Araneta; gutter deep, Tomas Morato, ABS CBN; gutter deep as of 9:17 PM,

R. Papa Rizal Ave. not passable to all types of vehicles, as of 9:20 PM.

EDSA Project 7, EDSA Balintawak, EDSA Aurora tunnel NB & SB; gutter deep as of 9:15 PM.

The Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration issued a thunderstorm advisory at 8:24p.m.

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